David Harper is a full time songwriter/producer based in Nashville, Tennessee. His handy-work can be found on Fox, ABC, CBS, HBO, CMT, Disney, and Showtime. Utilizing outstanding real musicians, his song library offers both acoustic and electric guitar-based music. With commercial high quality organic music played by expert musicians, this is what sets this library apart from the competition. You’ll find both breezy acoustic pieces and rockin’ electric guitar tunes. Dramatic pieces can be found here as well, like David's ultra-popular, heartrending Blessed Is The Storm.
Additionally, the vocalists who sing on David Harper's lyrical tracks are impressive. He obviously hangs with a very talented crowd. With music on basically every major network and in feature films, you'll be consistently impressed with David's productions. So, have a cup of coffee and sample this library. It is simply stunning!
This is a song about inequality. Some folks have, some don't. While we should give freely to our brothers and sisters in need, we rarely share as we should. Country, dance style, Nashville all the way. Female Vocals, Country Music, New Country
Relationships. This man wants a little hottie and has the money to buy her love. Great guitar riff. Country clubs, ring the bell, leave the light on, these are all key words from the lyric. Drums & guitar based Nashville kick em' up kind of a song. Male Vocals, Country Music, Contemporary Country Music
A smell & feel the beach kind of surf song, 1960s instrumental with a twist... this one has an atypical cool piano interplay. Dick Dale, Surfaris, surf-tones. Would add a kill vibe to a point break style movie. Instrumental, Rock Music, 1960s Rock
A lazy day on the hammock kind of acoustic guitar piece with shaker and tamborine. The FEEL of this is simply beautiful. This one will relax you instantly. Expertly recorded, only live musicians... like all David Harper pieces, where organic music comes from. Instrumental, Folk Music, Folk Music
A song about pets and the sounds they make. No matter what language you understand, all kids understand pets sounds, their chatter, their talk. Dogs, birds, pollywogs, frogs, cats. Set to a lively banjo & acordion based piece of music with a roaring 20s intro on the banjo. Mixed Vocals, Americana Music, Americana Roots
Bluegrass with drums in 2/3rds of the track. Beautifully crafted song about a man who falls in love with a woman from the mountains. They have a baby. Mom dies. Dad raises her and gives her away with the same band of gold he gave his wife. Female Vocals, Country Music, Bluegrass
Upbeat Country Song about a lady breaking free from a failed marriage. Singer leads kick ass 2010 Nashville Section with a Faith Hill style vocal, great beat, just enough country, just enough rock, independence day positive lyrical message. Female Vocals, Country Music, New Country
Designed for churches as a podcast opener or as an intro for prerecorded sermons. The music on this track speaks to the 80s generation without being offensive to those younger or older. A nice long bed follows where an announcer can introduce the Pastor and the weekly message. Male Vocals, Spiritual Music, Jesus Rock
The process of Metamorphosis set to music. Dynamite young singer makes it all fun, set to the 12 days of Christmas. Perfect for the classroom, educational. Childrens Vocals, Childrens Music, Childrens / English Vocals
Fun little Cajun song accordian based. A little tale of lost love. 1940s, 1050s Zydeco with cool male vocals. Fiery, fun and playful. Country themes, honky tonk, New Orleans and Mississippi music. TV, Film trailer, credits, toe-tapping fun. Male Vocals, Americana Music, Cajun Zydeco
Captivating 60 second fashion & style jingle set to electronica music with brilliant lead female vocal. Catchy, crunchy, also known as the Ooh La La Song. Perfect for runway, TV, Commercials for women, Lines can be cut if needed. Ooh, Female Vocals, Electronic Music, Industrial-Electronic (pending)
A heartfelt song to our sons. An exceptional 4 piece acoustic section lead by David Harper on his Martin guitar make this song very original in all ways. In real life this was written for a graduating son, but it will apply to any son's milestone. Male Vocals, Theme Music, Graduation Themes Music
Traditional chuch hymn. Live recording at a Lutheran funeral December 2008. Beautiful female choir voice, warm and uplifting. Audience noise and ambient church service sounds as she sings "How Great Thou Art" backed by an organ. Female Vocals, Spiritual Music, Christian Hymns